Hotel Casa Blanca Inn is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Guatemala City, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Zona Viva (1.5 mi) and Mezquita Aldawa Islámica de Guatemala (1.8 mi), guests of Hotel Casa Blanca Inn can easily experience some of Guatemala City's most well known attractions.
Rooms at Hotel Casa Blanca Inn provide a desk, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
You can also enjoy a lounge while staying at Hotel Casa Blanca Inn. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Hotel Casa Blanca Inn.
While in Guatemala City, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hotel Casa Blanca Inn, including Peccato Pasta (0.8 mi), Everest Restaurant & Bar (1.2 mi), and Hector's Bistro (0.9 mi).
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out a garden, such as Jardin Botanico.
Enjoy your stay in Guatemala City!
Me and my family have stayed here several times. Allways combined with early or late flights to and from Guatemala. The hotel is quiet and nice they have several cind of rooms. There is a smal bar and they also serve food. Staff is nice and servicemined, we arranged that they picked us up at the AirPort. Recomend it
Slept there twice for one night each. Simple interior, but (very) clean. Friendly and helpful. Would not let us go to the airport after dark, insisted on driving us. The neighborhood seems shady so we took their advice.
Great inexpensive spot close to GUA. Free shuttle gets you to and from in 5 minutes. Room is basic but wifi good, TV good and bed comfy. Breakfast included but I left too early. I liked the place as it fit my need for a short overnight. Friendly staff - Monica is helpful. Not much English spoken but its okay. I recommend.
Located in a "gated community" which is common in Guatemala City because a lot of the city is unsafe. It is basically a residential area in house that is converted to a bed/breakfast. Guards with "big" guns are at the Iron gate at the street entrance. Room had a small fridge which served as a minibar of sorts, shower and tv. Paid $60 for night which included breakfast which was okay. Nice small garden in the back and a small bar available with reasonable prices. Staff was pleasant and a few spoke a little English. I was on my way to San Pedro the next day so it worked for the short stay.
I was very disappointed by the services of Hotel Casa Blanca Inn. To start off, the check in process was very cumbersome, and they seemed to be not expecting me even though I had confirmed my stay with them multiple times. Furthermore, I had arranged for the hotel to give me a city tour the next day and when I tried to confirm about it with them, they seemed to have no idea what was going on. The room was mediocre, and had no air conditioning or hot water. Wifi worked fine. I paid for this booking via credit card on booking.com and my card statement showed the fee as charged. However, after departing, I received a series of angry emails and Whatsapps (Yes, they go so far as to harass you on Whatsapp) claiming that I had not paid. This was in spite of the fact that I had my printed pre-paid confirmation on booking.com and which was acknowledged by the hotel upon my arrival. It is clear that the hotel puts customer satisfaction secondary to their business needs and as such, should not be recommended by any means.…